Election results for Snohomish County school districts

Updated 2/16: Here are the returns for Tuesday’s special election ballot measures.

Results from the special election of Tuesday, Feb. 13, 2018, for local school districts and selected other jurisdictions in Snohomish County. These numbers were updated Friday, Feb. 16, at 3:57 p.m.

Results for multi-county jurisdictions include both counties.

Official results here.

 

Arlington School District

Proposition 1

Construction, renovation, security bonds (60% for passage)

Approved 4,199 55.87%
Rejected 3,316 44.13%

 

Darrington School District

Proposition 1

Replacement programs and operation levy

Yes 323 45.95%
No 380 54.05%

 

Edmonds School District

Proposition 1

Replacement programs and operation levy

Yes 15,472 54.33%
No 13,005 45.67%

 

Everett School District

Proposition 1

Replacement programs and operations levy

Yes 12,966 55.30%
No 10,480 44.70%

Proposition 2

Improvement and construction bonds (60% for passage)

Approved 13,010 55.40%
Rejected 10,473 44.60%

 

Granite Falls School District

Proposition 1

Replacement programs and operations levy

Yes 1,478 57.35%
No 1,099 42.65%

Proposition 2

Replacement programs and technology levy

Approved 1,501 58.29%
Rejected 1,074 41.71%

 

Index School District

Proposition 1

Replacement programs and operations levy

Yes 82 73.87%
No 29 26.13%

 

Lake Stevens School District

Proposition 1

Replacement programs and operations levy

Yes 4,579 50.39%
No 4,509 49.61%

Proposition 2

Replacement technology levy

Yes 4,801 52.63%
No 4,322 47.37%

 

Marysville School District

Proposition 1

Replacement programs and operations levy

Yes 6,426 51.21%
No 6,122 48.79%

Proposition 2

Technology and capital projects levy

Yes 6,548 52.20%
No 5,996 47.80%

 

Monroe School District

Proposition 1

Replacement programs and operations levy

Yes 4,070 53.64%
No 3,517 46.36%

 

Mukilteo School District

Proposition 1

Replacement programs levy

Yes 6,766 53.35%
No 5,917 46.65%

Proposition 2

Technology capital projects levy

Yes 6,976 55.06%
No 5,694 44.94%

 

Northshore School District

Proposition 1

Replacement programs and operations levy

Yes 17,882 61.87%
No 11,020 38.13%

Proposition 2

General obligations bonds (60% for passage)

Approved 17,564 60.75%
Rejected 11,350 39.25%

Proposition 3

Renewal of technology capital projects levy

Yes 17,574 61.73%
No 10,897 38.27%

 

Snohomish School District

Proposition 1

Replacement programs and operations levy

Yes 6,454 50.26%
No 6,386 49.74%

Proposition 2

Replacement technology improvements levy

Approved 6,558 51.07%
Rejected 6,282 48.93%

 

Stanwood-Camano School District

Proposition 1

Replacement capital projects and technology levy

Yes 5,621 59.58%
No 3,813 40.42%

 

Sultan School District

Proposition 1

Replacement programs and operations levy

Yes 1,517 57.72%
No 1,111 42.28%

Proposition 2

Technology improvements levy

Approved 1,521 58.05%
Rejected 1,099 41.95%

 

Fire District 24

Proposition 1

Property tax levy

Approved 338 48.56%
Rejected 358 51.44%

 

Lake Stevens Library

Proposition 1

Bonds to build Sno-Isle library (60% for passage)

Approved 4,684 51.06%
Rejected 4,490 48.94%

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